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Pick up Steve Anderson's first book, solely on dry fire drills and methods, called "Refinement and Repetition". It's focused on Competition, but once you see his methodology, you can translate it directly to self defense.

Warning--you virtually NEED a shot timer with a par time setting. Heads up 2--he has you keep a log on the training sessions. These are dynamic dry fire drills, not the old stand and click stuff.

Dan
 
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